Jack Posobiec is a leading conservative opinion-maker and a name you’ve probably seen countless times online quoted in conservative articles.
He’s a host at OANN, a veteran, and has 455,000 followers on Twitter.
So when he speaks, people take notice.
And he just Tweeted this:
The call for impeachment stems from Omar's tone-deaf statements about 9/11, claiming that "some people did some things" when referring to the biggest terrorist attack on mainland U.S. soil ever.
But perhaps it wasn't tone-deaf, perhaps it was exactly on point for the audience she was speaking to.
That would make it so much worse.
Donald Trump Jr. posted this photo online calling out the horrible comments:
NBC News explained more:
President Donald Trump tweeted a video featuring images of 9/11 in a political attack on Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn. — prompting some Democrats to rebuke the president's post.
The video that Trump posted on Friday spliced a statement Omar made about the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks with footage of the Twin Towers in New York collapsing. It is captioned "WE WILL NEVER FORGET."
Omar's reference to the terrorist attacks came in a speech last month at an event hosted by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in Los Angeles. During the event, Omar spoke about how Muslim Americans' were mistreated and their constitutional rights and freedoms were infringed on after the 9/11 attacks.
Within her remarks, Omar made a statement that her critics said glossed over that act of terror. Democrats contend, however, that the president's video could incite violence.
"CAIR was founded after 9/11 because they recognized that some people did something and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties,” she said in the speech last month.
CAIR was in fact founded in 1994, though its level of advocacy grew after 9/11.
It was the congresswoman's wording that "some people did something" — repeated in the video tweeted by Trump — however, that Omar's critics have seized upon.
Trump's video post on Friday echoed criticism of Omar on the front page of the New York Post on Thursday, which splashed the words "Here's Your Something" over an image of the World Trade Center towers ablaze.
In the days since, Omar's comments have gone viral, and it has drawn statements — and "no comment" — from party leaders as well as presidential contenders.
President Trump had the perfect reply: